The last week of September (Sept. 22-28) saw seven properties change hands, according to information provided weekly by the town clerk’s office.

The most prominent land transfer was a foreclosure on 144 Huckleberry Hill Rd..

Once on the market for $42,000,000, Quiet Lake Estate, the 153 acre equestrian estate owned by Leon Hirsch, the former chairman of U.S. Surgical Corp., was obtained by TD Bank for $14,000,000. The estate spans the towns of Wilton and New Canaan with a 10,000-plus sq. ft. Tudor Mansion that includes 11 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, an in-ground heated pool, 2000-plus bottle wine cellar and amazing water views. There is also an 8,000 sq. ft., 11 stall, modern equestrian barn designed and built by international architect Bartholomew Voorsanger. The property includes two stocked lakes, a pond, a trout stream, several waterfalls, scenic horse trails, a riding arena and seven paddocks, as well as two separate, 3-bedroom guest houses and two helicopter landing areas on the property.

The property was up for auction over the summer, prior to the foreclosure.

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The other real estate transactions last week were:

  • Robert and Erin Kaufold sold 69 Carriage Rd. to Ron and Nancy McKenzie for $640,000.

  • Keith Rodgerson and Maryli Secrest sold 51 Own Home Ave. to Patrick King for $334,000.

  • Nicholas and Joanne Collins Lapko sold 38 Wicks End Ln. to Keith and Christine Denning for $1,077,500.

  • Jesse and Elizabeth Fink sold 106 Belden Hill Rd. (land) to Bruce and Electra Martin for $400,000.

  • Patricia Conlon sold 22 Deacons Ln. to Gregory and Christina Sommer for $700,000.

  • Kent House LLC sold 200 Danbury Rd. to 200 Danbury Road LLC for $1,200,000.